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and passion. where was i? (judge) you were discussing their pathology. (attorney) your honor, if the defense is proposing these murders -- (christine vachon) i don't think we are saying, "oh, there's absolutely no way we'd ever work within a hollywood system or whatever" but i do thi there's certain fundamental things. i mean, ultimately, the things that make our films interesting are exactly the things often that those systems strip away, like choice of cast, like final cut, you know. and like the chance to really be innovative, take chances on people and on structure and on form. so once those things are gone, then who does it really matter who's making the film? (narrator) with "the living end," a movie about two men with hiv, gregg araki added another voice to queer cinema. where's the party, animal? (rock 'n roll music playing) the world is ours. so, like, figure this: there's thousands and maybe millions of us walking around with this inside of us, this time bomb ticking, making our futures finite. suddenly i realized we got nothing to lose. you know, i went to the usc film school. and
-ghazali, he provided, he took over and provided a much more philosophical defense of sufism. so finally, well, like the monastic path in christianity or other areas, religions have to take care of their mystics, and so what we find here is that the path is embraced and we're allowed to see it. so let me let a true sufi sheik speak just a bit about his experience. >> [translator) >> we take from jesus christ this- upon him his humility in dressing. humility in eating. i will mean the whole knowledge. nobody can become a mystic, a sufi, without having a deep knowledge. we love those who hate us. we bless who curse us. we do not keep hatred against anyone in the world. we're against rules. and we do not even curse those who are fermenting. we hope that god will illuminate his way to the right. >> you speak of love and humility in the sufi tradition. do you feel that then the violence that we sometimes see in the holy land is very painful, very difficult? >> [speaking in arabic] [translation] >> violence cannot emerge from people- it cannot emerge from people who love god, in any religion. >> or
contrary to popular belief. it's usually the eviction defense network and housing rights committees. these are the people on the front line and they know the laws and they understand these issues that are related to rent control laws and this type of thing. so it makes sense. and it would also help, i think, fund their operations and i think there is a need for housing counseling in a city where the rents are so high and the abuses are still present. so i think it's a great situation. i think it's a win-win. >> miss selby. >> i think i didn't understand the question in the first place, because when i answered it i was wondering why are we only authorizing non-profit housing organizations and why not authorize everybody? i don't think i really understood the question as to why specifically non-profit housing organizations? i think if you are going to have restrictions on short-term rentals, there should be a way to be able to make sure that that happens. whether it's through a non-profit housing organization or through another means in the city. then i think you need to be able
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